Luxe Listing: Historic Church Renovated Into Denver Luxury Home
Architect A. Morris Stuckert, also known for designing Denver’s first skyscraper, crafted this church in 1906. The building was originally built for the Central Presbyterian Church congregation of Denver and was then purchased by the New Hope Baptist Church congregation in 1949. During that time the church was visited by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his wife, Coretta Scott King. The recent incarnation of this space was spearheaded by well-known Denver developer and renovator Charles Nash.
Situated in the popular San Rafael district, the church is a historical monument in the Denver area. The expansive building hosts 30-foot ceilings and a spacious open floor plan complete with a gourmet kitchen and in-home gym. The home has kept many of its original accents including the solid oak staircase with lintels, stained glass windows, and the hard wood floors on the main level.
The 3-bedroom, three and one-half bath space also hosts a grand master suite with access to a custom walk-in closet and a magnificent 5-piece bath. Truly a unique property, the space also features a two car heated garage, elevator, and a basement wine cellar.
View photos of this remarkable Colorado home below and see the full listing page here.